We all cook everyday, yet you may not know the dangers that possibly lurk in your food. With 48 million Americans sick with food-borne illness each year, it is important to be aware of the different bacteria that can potentially bring harm. This photo essay highlights the bacteria test that Midwest Laboratories Inc. uses on ...
In this UNL Streaming Science photo essay, we see how community gardening with the Community Crops organization in Lincoln, Nebraska is a possible solution to help with food security. To see more about how Community Crops works to help people work together to grow healthy food and live sustainably watch this photo essay!
Dr. Gary Sullivan is an assistant professor in the animal science department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, focusing his studies on meat science. In this video, Dr. Sullivan describes the work he is doing to improve the meat science industry, as well as why it is important for students to study science.
In this Streaming Science video, scientist Dr. Tom Clemente, along with his lab manager, Shirley Sato, discuss how the process of genetic engineering in plants take place and why this process is important in the future of food prices, crop yields, and world hunger.
Description: In this scientist profile, Dr. Rick Goodman explains the research he conducts at UNL in the Department of Food Science and Technology. Dr. Goodman and Mei Lu, Ph.D. student, discuss how they are evaluating potential food allergies of genetically modified organisms.
The Tractor Testing Laboratory at the University of Nebraska Lincoln ensures that tractors have the power that tractor company's claim. Every tractor sold in the state of Nebraska must be tested in the laboratory before it is sold. In this Streaming Science video, learn about the tractor test lab's several different tests that ensure tractor's ...
UNL is completing multiple research projects that benefit the world around us. Research conducted by the Animal Science Department contributes to the biggest industry in Nebraska, cattle production. Dr. Galen Erickson, with the help of many graduate and undergraduate students, is working to improve the cattle industry in Nebraska through his research.